Your Weekend Guide to Your Living Room

Hi Tinybeans fam,


It’s me again, Megan. How are we doing? Is everyone surviving? Just checking in to give our Tinybeans parents another helping hand! We’re sharing our weekend schedule with you, in hopes you find it useful to integrate into your family plans, em, lack thereof, as well! Below you’ll find some helpful ideas, apps, at-home events, shows and more to get you through your first quarantined weekend with the kids. 


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Don’t forget to join our Facebook Group where parents are talking tips and tricks for navigating this difficult time. We need each other’s support now more than ever, and would love for you to take part in the conversation!


“We rise by lifting others.” – Robert Ingersoll

Saturday:


7 am: Baby Shark Workout – This is hilarious and my favorite thing on the internet.

8 am: Make the fluffiest pancakes EVER via Mom Uptown.

10 am: Art Time – Kill 30 minutes with this family that loves art. My husband and I have really enjoyed doing this with the kids.

Noon: Tape Time with Mom-In-Chief Jennie Mo, from Union Square Plays

2 pm: Have your kids send Grandma THIS link. Fort Boards are saving my kids from boredom.

4 pm: Make a photo book with Tinybeans

5 pm: Follow this hashtag #sunshinesongs on Instagram for your feel-good story of the day. Laura Benati is a gem of a human. 

9 pm: Zoom Game Night with your girlfriends with Quiplash. Just because you can’t hangout doesn’t mean you can’t have fun.  

11 pm: Bring the movies to your living room thanks to Comcast NBCUniversal.

 

Sunday:


10 am: Break out your pots and pans and jam out to Songs for Seeds by Appleseeds. Our favorite NYC play space has moved their songs online. 

12 pm: Virtually Ride these Theme Park Attractions. 

2 pm: Check out this Story Bots episode on Netflix, it helps explain what viruses are to your kid in a really great way. 

4 pm: If you’re not already living in a zoo, check out this actual Zoo online

7 pm: Use Caribu for free and have grandparents take over bedtime stories.

9 pm: Don’t forget to upload all you weekend memories to Tinybeans 

 

What’s your schedule like? We’d love to share how other families are adjusting to home, work and school life! Tell us more

 

Lastly…if you’ve seen brands making an impact, please email, DM, or send us a FB message! We want to know about the amazing work brands are doing and lend our voices in support as well. 

All the best,

Megan Harper
Head of Marketing at Tinybeans
Mom to Huck (6), Gigi (3), and Goldie (1)

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